First came traditional marriage. Then, gay marriage. Now, there's a movement combining both—simultaneously. Abby Ellin visits the next frontier of nuptials: the "triad."
Asked by Anonymous at 7:40 AM on May. 12, 2009 in Politics & Current Events
Yes. Also any other combination of people. If you can't draw a line then you can't draw a line. I love how gay marriage advocates believe for them it's about civil liberties and rightness, but when it's pointed out that others, say polygamists, will scream the same thing they say say that is totally different. It's not. This is a slippery slope to go down.....
Answer by Anonymous at 8:00 AM on May. 12, 2009
Why would the truly "socially progressive" among us stop at gay "marriage"?
One is unsophisticated if don't have the tolerance to realize that people "looooove" each other, and that makes it okay, damn it!!!!!!!!!!!!
Answer by mustbeGRACE at 8:02 AM on May. 12, 2009
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Answer by smalltowngal at 8:35 AM on May. 12, 2009
who cares about what others want to do with their love life, i don't as long as they stay away from me and my family, i don't care. i look at it like this: you have to pay the government to get married right? and to get divorced, right?!? so every time ppl get married/divorced they are boosting the economy...let them run with the ball(<-this is a metaphor)
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